This Sunday, the final episode of the Blind Auditions will air on LNK TV, which will once again make viewers say "unexpected". Although there are only a few spots left in the teachers' teams, there is still plenty of talent to fill them. The contestants will not only impress with their unique voices but also with their own songs, and the teachers will be ready to show their best vocals for the strongest vocals.
Augustė Karaliūnaitė will also receive special attention on the project stage. The participant, who has been roaming around the world for several years, has returned to Lithuania in order to fulfil her dream - to become a professional performer and create her own band.
"I decided to take part because music is with me every day of my life and I want to share it with others. I probably feel the most confident person right now, so it's a great time to test myself", says Augustė about her decision to show her voice on stage.
The world of music is certainly not new to Augusta. After studying vocals since childhood, she moved abroad and became friends with a scandalous artist and had the opportunity to try her hand in a recording studio.
"When I was living in Amsterdam, I became friends with my compatriot Tomas Krivick-Psich. We sang, recorded and filmed a music video together. It was a very fun time, it's good to remember! He is a great person. He is a chef, he loves his job, but he doesn't give up music. Even though he lives in the Netherlands, he doesn't forget Lithuania, he writes and covers Lithuanian patriotic songs", - says Augustė about the long-lost singer.
However, the songs recorded in the studio with Psycho have not yet been released and, according to Auguste, are waiting for their turn on the artist's computer before they finally make it onto the new album. However, this musical experience was not enough for the girl and being a backing vocalist was not Auguste's dream either. The girl has returned to Lithuania and is ready to start her own musical journey and become a star of the stage.
"Amsterdam is wonderful, the people are free, open and relaxed. But I came back because I realised that I missed the people closest to me. I missed my friends, my family, Vilnius and my hometown Ukmergė. I am that spontaneous person who thinks and does things unexpectedly. I don't have a five-year plan. I know what I want. From a young age I want to sing, dance, act and be on stage, so there are many ways to do that. One of them is to have my own band," says the participant about her current goals.
Whether the Voice of Lithuania project will be a stepping stone to a successful music career for Augusta and what kind of voices and personalities will appear on the stage of the project, so that teachers will be forced to scratch their heads trying to attract them to their team, will be shown already this Sunday at 19:30 on LNK.